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A small island with not much to do, but walk and listen to the wind and birds!
The views are spectacular, it is a small island so the landscape is somewhat repetitive. Never mind that, is is dramatic and spectacular. The dramatic history of the...More
Many people come to HK for shopping and food. I think they miss a hiking trip to an island like this, and, sadly, without knowing what they miss. This may be considered “remote” but there is nothing remote about this if you know there are...More
Poi Toi is an amazing island. Just spectacular views from practically everywhere you look and totally different than any other island in Hong Kong. Some of the most incredible coastline in HK. Also, you have just vast granite rock everywhere. The hiking path is very...More
Wow. It was too hot as we went in hot Sumer
It’s a long and bit hard Walt to the campaign site
A good place to have a relaxing camping
Take water with you
Less facilities like toilets
The beach is beautiful and...More
Expect awesome view and enjoyable climb without much crowd as this is a relatively unknown terrain to tourists.
Climb is easy with steps, not much of shelter along the way and we were caught in a rain. Bring a good waterproof jacket along if you...More
We attempted the hike on a sunny day and boy....
There are virtually no trees and shade across the island along the hiking trail so pack plenty of water and sunscreen. Nonetheless, we came back burnt.
Pros: easy hike unless you attempt the uphill hike...More
We went to Po Toi for the short hike in the granitic landscape, followed by a nice seafood lunch at Ming Kee Restaurant. Huge portion are served of delicious fried squid, clams, seaweed soup and fried rice. The fried squid is worth its reputation of...More
This is my second time to Po Toi Island. This time our walk start from Tin Hau temple. We then take route 3 to walk up the hill. The first part of the walk was quite strenuous but worth it. There are railings to support...More
Be carful the time of boat, not everyday , just twice a week, sure for one day trip, also many people set tent there, nice view!
I have dim memory when was the last time I felt so exhausted in a hike. We enjoyed a yummy seafood lunch after we reached the island by ferry. We took a clockwise route with the Tin Hou Temple as the first stop. Conch rock...More